I have two new blogs on Psychology Today, the first on Relationship Anarchy, Polyaffectivity, and Chosen Families and the second on Cultivating Compersion.
In “Polyamory, Consensual Non-Monogamy, or AltSex?”— my newest blog on Psychology Today — I explore the possible words for people in multiple openly conducted romantic relationships. Image is of the phrase “Words Have Power” written in white chalk on a blackboard surrounded by gray stone.
In my most recent blog on Psychology Today I explore the reasons why people might to come as polyamorous out at work — or not — the issues it might bring up, and how to deal with them. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201710/polyamory-work
My newest blog on Psychology Today examines the role that choice plays in polyamory and other forms of consensual non-monogamy, focusing on consent, self-responsibility, and mutual reliance. The image is of an abstract white figure leaning down with its hands on its knees and examining a red line on the ground that branches into …
The first in a two part series, my newest post on Psychology Today explores aging in polyamorous families. You can find it at https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201701/aging-in-polyamorous-families
In my most recent Psychology Today blog I explore the possibility that polyamory may be a sexual orientation from legal and individual perspectives. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201610/is-polyamory-form-sexual-orientation
My newest Psychology Today post looks at cheating in polyamorous and other CNM relationships. You can find it here https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201608/cheating-and-consensual-non-monogamy
Are polyamorous relationships sexist? New Psychology Today blog answers that question https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201606/are-polyamorous-relationships-sexist
One of my readers of my Psychology Today blog recently asked a question that I have heard many times, in many different settings: “I want to be polyamorous but I am not sure how to bring it up to my spouse.” Because the question is so common, I wanted to post the response here for …
In my most recent Psychology Today blog I explore the household division of labor in polyamorous families https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201604/who-does-the-chores